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Two varieties of monkey orchids (Dracula simia), rare flowers found only at high elevations in Ecuador and Peru. Looks like a monkey and does it smell like one too?

The beautiful Monkey Orchid is extremely rare, beautiful and precious. It is found in Ecuador, South America

The Enchanting Dracula Orchid looks like a monkey :: Dracula venefica; Flowers Winter to Spring producing blooms, successively. Found in Colombia.


༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺ Bee Orchid (Fly Orchid) This is a hybrid between Ophrys Apifera and Ophrys Insectifera.

Corybas sp. from New Guinea; by afriorchids

An unbelievably alien-looking plant. it may be the Mona Lisa to flies. Corybas species orchid from New Guinea. A macro photo: the plant is not much bigger than a fingernail.

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The beauty of Monkey Orchid

It’s quite strange when we hear about an orchid with monkey face. The monkey orchid is usually hidden in the altitude of nearly meters in the jungle of Ecuador and Southeast Peru.

Orchid-Mimicry: Dracula saulii from Colombia

Dracula saulii from Colombia- (The Mimicry Orchid) mirrors a simian face in it’s petals. This remarkable orchid grows in cloud forests on the side of mountains, at elevations of between and feet above sea level.

Kangaroo-Paw [Anigozanthos manglesii] - The State emblem flower of Western Australia, in Kings Park, Perth, Australia - Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Macro of two flowers of Red-and-green Kangaroo-paw or Mangles Kangaroo-paw [Anigozanthos manglesii; It is the State-Emblem-Flower of Western Australia. Photographed in Kings Park, Perth.


Nature's the grand designer - the Red Beard Orchid or Red Beardie (Calochilus paludosus) is a small Australian orchid found. Not a particularly common species, but it may be seen in swampy heathland, as well as dry ridges in mountain country.

Duck Orchid from Australia appears to replicate a duck in flight and is unfortunately only found in the wild!

Flying Duck Orchid (Caleana major) by Bill Higham: This diminutive orchid, long, is found in eastern and southern Australia.

Dracula lotax orchid

Dracula lotax orchid species, XXL size, warm tolerant, Plant #12 blooming size

Also know as Monkey Face Orchids. These are great for beginners as they tolerate warmer temperatures - Ask us how to care for any orchid, we'll teach you to grow with success!